So it’s been pretty quiet on this blog.
I’ve been busy over the fall and winter (and probably a not insignificant portion of the spring to come) working on a short animated film. Here’s a still:
No title as yet, but the film will be a ghost story of sorts. I’m hoping to have a short preview excerpt up in the near future; stay tuned!
The (more or less) complete installation! I’ll have some video up soon of the zoetropes in motion.
IngenuityFest starts tomorrow at 5pm and runs through Sunday.
Cleveland’s IngenuityFest is in less than a week, and so I’m taking a break from the digital animation to work on something more archaic. I’ll be posting updates throughout the week as my project comes together; stay tuned!
I have a couple big art projects coming up the near future, which I’ll be posting about here. In the mean time though, here’s a vaguely sinister apple!
New animation, trying out a few different things with OpenToonz. It ended up with sort of an H.R.Giger-by-way-of-1970s-VHS aesthetic. A look we could all use more of, I think.
New animation, completed today:
I created this with OpenToonz, the open version of the software used by Studio Ghibli (software which, I might add, was released for free but without any instructions whatsoever). Unsurprisingly, this first effort is a bit rough around the edges.